QUÉBEC | 2017 MARCH 18-19
Centre des congrès
Centre des congrès
1000, René-Lévesque Est BLVD
Palais des congrès
Main entrance: 1001, Jean-Paul-Riopelle place
Place d’Armes Metro Station
PLACE D’ARMES metro station, follow directions for Palais des congrès. Tickets can be purchased at ticket booths on first floor. Go directly at the entrance of the expo if you bought your ticket from Ticketpro.
View the access map.
There are several indoor and outdoor parkings at the venue and close to the Palais des congrès.
Friday: 10am to 8pm | Saturday: 10am to 6pm | Sunday: 10 am to 5pm
Breastfeeding area on site!
Seniors (65 yrs +):
16 and under:
To promote organic products, ecology and global health
The Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert’s mission is to increase awareness about the importance of our eating habits and lifestyles in relation to our health and the environment.
Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert is a one of a kind event in Québec considering the quality of its partners, exhibitors and visiting public! All are aware of the importance to improve the way we eat and live.
We strive to create a public event with minimum impact on the environment.
All the products that can be tasted at the various exhibitor booths and at the on-site restaurant are served using compostable containers and utensils. Our team carefully sorts the compost directly at the venue to make it the best quality possible. It is then sent to a specialized firm.
Did you know that…
The transparent cups that are used for your tastings are not made of plastic but of entirely compostable PLA fiber.
Recycling of paper, cardboard, plastic, glass and metal directly at the venue for visitors and exhibitors. Fabric tablecloths used at most exhibitor stands. Bags used at the venue are made of fabric or recyclable plastic. Compost sorting facility on-site. Our team recovers usable materials at the end of the event and when stands are disassembled.
All administrative documents are handled electronically (no printed material). All posters, flyers, placemats and visitor programs are printed on 100% post-consumer, chlorine-free paper made in Québec using biogas.
Partners in 2017 will be updated soon